"HEROES" COME TOGETHER
NBC's new cult drama "Heroes" premiered only three weeks ago and it has already become a smash hit for the network that desperately needed its next big thing. Now, NBC Mondays have become a Must-See treat for lovers of genre series.
Now, Tim Kring has given TV Guide an interview revealing some of the storyline developments in the coming months as the writing team prepares to expand the arc following NBC's quick decision to pick-up the sci-fi saga for a full season of 22 episodes.
The creator has revealed that Sylar, the serial killer obsessed with brains of its victims, will strike again in November. He will be the major villain in season 1 and his interest in brains may give you some clues as to the origin of "Heroes" powers.
Dynasty's Jack Coleman who plays Claire's adoptive father is up to no good, although he does love his daughter. He is however connected to Sylar, as fans may have anticipated.
Nici's son Micah will have some special powers of his own, since both of his parents are far from average (the actor who plays Micah, Noah Gray-Cabey is a musical prodigy himself).
And the series takes place in a different time frame from our world, so the heroes will have time to prevent the nuclear explosion (that the super-cute Japanese time-bender Hiro witnessed as he teleported himself to November 8) till the end of the season.
Tonight, Heroes begin to come across one another and it all starts in Las Vegas on an all-new episode "Collision" (NBC, 9/8c). And, yes. The episode will again have a shocking conclusion.